Lake Palestine Boat Ramps

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Flat Creek Public Boat Ramp

Flat Creek Public Boat Ramp is located in Chandler, go south on FM 315. Marina is on left at end of the third bridge. The boat ramp can accommodate all boat types with parking space that can hold up to 75 vehicles. There is a launching fee of $2 and...

Lakeway Harbor Boat Ramp

Dirt lot, small ramp, courtesy dock

Twin Bay Landing

Small rough ramp with courtesy dock

Village Marina - Lake Palestine

To go to Villages Marina, from Loop 323 in Tyler, go 11 miles south on Texas 155. Turn right on FM 1261, follow 5 miles, cross FM 2661 and look for marina. They have a ramp that can accommodate all boat types. There is a parking lot that can handle...

Kickapoo Public Ramp

To got to Kickapoo Public Ramp, from Texas 31 in Chandler, turn south on FM 315. Ramp is on left at the end of the first bridge. There is a boat ramp and a bank fishing access with a courtesy docks, and a restroom. When launching a larger boat, make...

Chandler River Park

Chandler River Park can be reach Neches River on the east side of Chandler, off Texas 31 west of Tyler. Boat ramp is suitable for small boats, and it may not be usable when the water is low. There is a parking area that can accommodate 100 vehicles...

Saline Bay Public Boat Ramp

To reach Saline Bay Public Boat Ramp, take Texas 155 south from Tyler to Dogwood City. Turn east on CR 189W and go 1/2 mile to parking lot on the right. There is a two-lane ramp with a parking space that can accommodate all boat sizes.

Brookshires Recreation Park Boat Ramp

Wide ramp, ok condition, courtesy dock

Westberry Landing & RV Park Boat Ramp

To reach Westberry Landing Boat Ramp, from Tyler, take Texas 31 west and turn south on FM 2661. Go 4 miles past railroad tracks and look for sign on west side of road. There is a ramp that can accommodate all boat sizes. Also has a parking lot that...

Skeater Dock

Neighborhood ramp, no parking, courtesy dock

Deep End Public Boat Ramp

To reach Deep End Public Boat Ramp, From Tyler, take Texas 155 south to Frankston and turn east on US 175. Go 3.5 miles, turn left on FM 1892, and follow road to ramp at west end of dam. There are two-lane ramps that can accommodate boat of all...

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Lake Palestine Weather Forecast

Friday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 73

Friday Night

Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 60

Saturday

Rain Showers

Hi: 64

Saturday Night

Rain Showers

Lo: 50

Sunday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 62

Sunday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 47

Monday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 69

Monday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 53


Lake Palestine Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 4/19: 346.14 (+1.14)



Lake Palestine

Fishing Report from TPWD (Apr. 17)

GOOD. Water stained; 70 degrees; 1.78 feet above pool. All boat launches are now open. A lot of flooded shoreline grass and brush, and some low hanging branches in the water are good for bass. Weedless frogs, creatures, chatterbaits are good. Channel catfish are beginning to move into shoreline rocks in the water, blue catfish remain good in 4-22 feet on live minnows and cut bait. When the water temperature reaches 74 degrees look for the flathead catfish to spawn along the shorelines. As water drops and warms, expect shad spawn to begin also. Crappie are finishing the spawn and returning to deeper habitats. Report by Jim Beggerly, Jim’s Fishing.

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